- The European Parliament has passed a resolution to combat online sexual abuse.
- The German police, at the head of a worldwide coordination of police forces, have taken significant first steps by arresting the organizers of the world’s largest pedophile network.
- The Slovenian Presidency of the Council of the European Union has scheduled a conference of Ministers of Labor and Social Cohesion to discuss intergenerational solidarity and population ageing on the old Continent.
- After pressure from London to impose full liberalization of abortion, the distribution of abortion pills has been suspended in Northern Ireland. Anglican and Evangelical Christians belonging to the region’s relative majority party, the Democratic Unionist Party, have challenged the leader and Prime Minister Arlene Foster for her inability to speak out for their values and demands.
- British police have decided to put the prestigious British Psychological Society under investigation for its continued promotion of puberty-blocking drugs as part of sex transition surgery.
- A coalition of churches and schools has decided to sue the state of Virginia over a law mandating LGBT+ employees in church and educational facilities.
- In the USA, Republican Senator Josh Hawley has proposed the introduction of a “marriage bonus” for married couples with young children.
- Several conferences and summits involving the political world and the pro-family and pro-life galaxy are being held these days in the United States.
- In Italy, a conference on demography and birth rates will open on 14 May in Rome, with a greeting by Pope Francis.
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